At the behest of Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, Greece is sending humanitarian aid to Syria to relieve the victims and cover immediate needs, including medicines, medical equipment and basic necessities,
Humanitarian aid in Syria sent by Hellasresponding to the request submitted by the authorities of the country through the European Civil Protection Mechanism to provide assistance in dealing with the consequences of the recent catastrophic earthquake measuring 7.8 on the Richter scale.
In particular, at his behest Prime Minister Kyriakos MitsotakisGreece is sending humanitarian aid to Syria to relieve the affected and cover immediate needs, including medicines, health materials and basic necessities, such as tents, folding beds, blankets and bedding.
It is noted that from the very first hours after the earthquake, our country was ready to send humanitarian aid to support the earthquake victims in Syria and any delay is not due to its own fault.
Greece, on the contrary, made great efforts to immediately send material to Syria, together with the European Commission and the European Civil Protection Mechanism, through which a coordinated and effective provision of assistance by the member states in affected areas is ensured.
The dispatch of humanitarian aid through the European Mechanism is carried out with the coordination of the Ministry of Climate Crisis and Civil Protection, in collaboration with the Ministry of Health.
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